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Bring back Nigeria's young and helpless - The Age
Posted On 05/19/2014 14:56:09 by lagosadmin
There were around 300 of them - schoolgirls who had come to a remote village secondary school to take their final exams. They were rounded up by men in uniform carrying guns, loaded into trucks and driven off. Around 50 girls managed to escape. The remainder are in captivity, and their abductors say they won't be released until their demands have been met. In all, more than 260 of the girls are still missing.[Finish Article ]... Read More

Nigeria schoolgirls kidnap: Belfast holds #BringBackOurGirls rally as...
Posted On 05/19/2014 00:02:27 by lagosadmin
"We are appealing to all Nigerians, and all Nigerian friends to support us to campaign for bringing our girls back."We see support from the PSNI, and support from the city council. It is all over the news here in Northern Ireland, so it is very, very amazing the support we received in Northern Ireland."[Finish Article ]... Read More

Tensions High in Nigeria as 'Bring Back Our Girls' Protests Dispersed -...
Posted On 05/12/2014 17:56:09 by lagosadmin
ABUJA Tensions are high in Nigeria four weeks after hundreds of school girls were kidnapped by Islamist militants, as security forces break up protests demanding the rescue of the girls.  Authorities say they fear protests in the more volatile parts of Nigeria will spark sectarian violence. [Finish Article ]... Read More

Out Of Maryland, A Cry For Nigeria: 'Bring Back Our Girls!' - NPR
Posted On 05/12/2014 17:56:04 by lagosadmin
It has been four weeks since more than 250 Nigerian schoolgirls were abducted from their boarding school. In that month, search efforts for the girls have been largely fruitless, even as media outlets continue to spread their story. It's caught the attention of communities around the world, including many Nigerian-Americans living in the U.S. On Mother's Day, members of one of the country's largest Nigerian-American communities gathered in Bowie, Md., to lift their voices and protest signs. Ja... Read More

Nigerian schoolgirl describes abduction, terrified to go back to school...
Posted On 05/12/2014 07:56:14 by lagosadmin
Police say 53 students had escaped and captors are threatening to sell the students still held into slavery. Lawan spoke as more experts are expected in Nigeria to help in the search, including U.S. hostage negotiators. Nigeria's government belatedly accepted offers of help last week from the United States, Britain, France, China and Spain.[Finish Article ]... Read More

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